Hohm Sahaj Mandir Study Manuals 1 & 2
Pages: 1152 combined pages
Size: Cloth, 6 X 9 inches
Vol. 1 & 2 ISBN: 978-0-934252-71-3
These four volumes represent thirty years of the teaching work of Western Baul Master, Lee Lozowick. Written by a group of students and devotees who have lived with the Master and practiced his teaching over many years, each chapters contains large excerpts from Lee's talks and seminars, with extensive commentary by practitioners. The four books cover topics of interest and necessity to all students of spirituality and transformation, starting with the basics: the need for transformation, connection to a lineage, the context of spiritual work and spiritual practice, and progressing to more esoteric subjects such as kundalini, alchemy, sex and prayer. Each chapter is augmented with reference from other major world religious traditions, particularly those of devotional Hinduism and tantric Buddhism. These volumes taken all together represent a gold mine of spiritual literature.
Volumes I and II topics include: The Necessity of Transformation; Lee Lozowick and the History of Hohm Community; the Teaching; the Lineage; the Guru/Devotee Relationship; the Context of Practice; the Conditions of Practice; Esoteric Practice; Purification in Three Domains: Money, Sex and Food; the Sangha; Conscious Child raising and Family Sadhana; Suffering; Service or Seva; The Bauls of Bengal, East and West; Tantra; Crazy Wisdom; Surrender and Grace.